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Driving in Croatia

Information acquired on 11/06/2009


Compulsory documents

Pink EU driving licence (recommended only).

International driving license.

Car registration or rental papers.

Country initials sticker.

International Motor Insurance Card.

Passport.

Owner's permission required if using a vehicle belonging to a third party.

Motorists are advised to contact the Motoring Association for information on local regulations.


Regulations

Maximum alcohol level : 0.00 %.

Minimum age for front seat passengers : 12 years.

Child seat, booster seat or fitted restraint system, compulsory up to 5 years.

Minimum driving age : 18 years.

Safety belt: compulsory front and back.

Motorcyclists: helmet compulsory for driver and passenger.

Dipped headlights compulsory (night and day) all year round.

Studded tires prohibited


Equipment

Warning triangle compulsory.

First-aid kit compulsory.

Fire extinguisher recommended.

Set of spare light bulbs compulsory.

Fluorescent safety jacket compulsory.


Speed limits (Light vehicles)

In built-up areas : 50 kph.

On roads : 90 kph.

On dual carriageways : 110 kph.

On motorways : 130 kph.

These speed limits are lower in wet weather.


Auto clubs

Hrvatski Autoklub (HAK)

Avenija Dubrovnik 44

10020 - ZAGREB

Croatia

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